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. >> it was a slave camp ran by a madman with a huge ego. >> as a young mother leslie wilson went to guyana because her husband had taken their son there. in jonestown, she found not enough food, not enough sleep, too much fear. >> for me to think i was going to see the age of 21 was a miracle. i didn't think i was going to see 21. >> she recoiled the first time jim jones called together peoples temple members for a suicide drill. >> and i remember him looking at me and me looking, please, don't ask me to do this because we really didn't know if it was real or not. >> on the last morning she said she wanted to take her child on a picnic and started on a day-long trek to a town 30 miles away. >> everyone can look up and see us walking, and i was just shaking. i was so, so frightened. >> for years, leslie wilson would not let anyone know she was a jonestown survivor. >> because i would sit at the table sometimes at work, whatever, and they would talk about jonestown. i didn't say a word. i mean, i lived under a veil of secrecy for 20-something years. >> vernon gosney, now a policeman in hawaii, remem
would all die in the mass suicide. among them, leslie wilson's husband joe. larry layton, the lone shooter to survive, would not be paroled from a u.s. prison until 2002. tim carter and his companion spent a few days in a guyana police cell, then were released. four others in jonestown lived through the suicide night. two men were able to sneak away during the slaughter, one of them odell rhodes. >> he was telling people it wasn't painful and that, you know, people had to die with dignity. >> this 76-year-old woman, asleep in the infirmary, was overlooked. so was one elderly man. only 33 left alive out of almost a thousand faithful followers in jonestown that day. the rest came home in metal coffins, as ostracized in death as they had been isolated in life. many of the children could not be identified. other victims went unclaimed. the unwanted, the unnamed were buried on a hillside, more than 400, in a mass grave here in oakland, california. >> i don't think society cared because they were nameless -- they were nameless faces. >> leslie wilson's mother, her niece and nephew are he
: republicans, i hope you're listening. joining with me more, leslie marshall and billy can you think imagine. billy, senator session saying geithner explaining the plan was a fantasy. mitch mcconnell laughed out loud when it was given, saying it was one-sided. charles krauthammer said it was a comedy. >> bush 41, read my lips, no new tax. congressman speaker of the house sam wright got unelected. a year ago, the budget passed by the house, obama insulted ryan, calling him undemocratic. he gets elected by 51% of the vote. mark my words, sean hannity, if the republicans cave this time, they'll get the same results that reagan and bush 41 got, which spends tax and no spending cuts. >> sean: we have a spending problem. why do it now? must raise the tax rates, my way or the highway, give me my way first. what kind of negotiation is that? and what's his plan? >> i don't think it is a my way or the highway. bill, sorry, i know that you love to look at my green eyes in person, i'm in l.a. today, sorry about that, but if we look back to 30 years, when we had a different congress, a different presiden
of articles and the editor in chief leslie seymour is here and constance white, "essence" magazine's editor in chief. good to see you both. good morning. you have sex, lies and trousergate. >> from 2008. >> it's the most evergreen set of articles we've ever had. >> we had all these great writers from the susan cheever to others write for us and saying what are they doing in response to spitzer and edwards so here is the most evergreen thing and reintroduce it every six months. what is it with these guys. >> it's irrelevant. >> it's totally relevant. >> schwarzenegger, clinton, do they never learn. >> that's why we care, because they never learn and because it seems to be part and parcel of life these days. misbehaving. >> but i think it's time to grow up, guys. i mean really and especially in the e-mail age and the twitter age, all of this, if you think and especially if you're the head of the cia, if you think that this is going to somehow remain undiscovered, that's the other part. do you really today you've seen all your friends taken down. as i say, al qaeda didn't need a dirty bomb it
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